VCM Presents Folk & Contemporary Classics: Unplugged!

VCM Presents, Folk & Contemporary Classics: Unplugged
October 8th, 2019 | For the Love of Music, VCM Presents - Conservatory Concert Series, Wood Recital Hall

  The Victoria Conservatory of Music is launching our 2019/2020 Concert Season with Folk & Contemporary Classics: Unplugged! Join renowned BC master fiddler Daniel Lapp and guests for an inspiring and educational journey through the history of folk music. Through music and stories, the audience will be transported through time and across the world. “The concert […]

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Collegium Masterclass with Nikki Chooi and Timothy Chooi

September 9th, 2019 | Alix Goolden Performance Hall, For the Love of Music, VCM News, VCM Student/Alumni News, Wood Recital Hall

A Masterclass gives students an invaluable opportunity to benefit from the knowledge and experience top musicians. Music lovers from the public are invited to observe two special violin and chamber masterclasses for Collegium students with VCM Alum Nikki Chooi and Timothy Chooi on Monday, September 16th , 2019 at 5pm.   Nikki Chooi Canadian violinist […]

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For the Love of Chamber Music

January 7th, 2019 | For the Love of Music, VCM Presents - Conservatory Concert Series, Wood Recital Hall

Published January 7, 2019 Up until the 19th century, music was categorized by where it was performed; whether it was on stage, or in a church or in private quarters (i.e.: Chamber music).* Originating in Europe in the 17th century, Chamber music concerts include small ensembles of solo instruments performed in an intimate setting for […]

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Michael Kaeshammer educates VCM students

April 6th, 2017 | VCM News, Wood Recital Hall

Published April 6, 2017 One of the great things about learning music at a school like the Victoria Conservatory of Music verus privately is the connection the school provides its students to working professional musicians, industry leaders, local performers and countless other music makers. A perfect example of this was the somewhat impromptu workshop given […]

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